Fun Interactive Fountains, Splash Pads & Spraygrounds for Kids Around Atlanta



Atlanta is known for its hot Summer weather and this Summer has not been the exception.  If your kids are like mine, they are begging to play at the pool or even in the sprinklers in the front yard, but if you’re looking for a different kind of water play…check out some of these awesome spray grounds, splash pads & fountains in and around the Atlanta area!  They’re great for kids of all ages. Yes, even mom and dad can join in the fun!

Cherokee County splash pads and fountains


Part of Cline Park, Waleska Splash Pad is an ideal summer hang out spot for those looking to chill out with your kids.  Tons of jets and cascading water await you and your family.  Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the walking trails and other playgrounds that surround the splash pad.  Make this a “Must-do” on your summer bucket list.

Place: Cline Park – 704 Bartow Street, Waleska, GA 30183
Time: 10:00am – 6:00pm through Labor Day
Cost: FREE

Cobb County splash pads and fountains


If you have children of multiple ages, this Splash pad is for you.  Your older kids can swim and play in the large in-ground pool while your younger ones can enjoy the multiple water jets and fun at the adjacent splash pad.   Fun for all ages here!!

Place: Sewell Pool & Splash Pad – 2085 Lower Roswell Road, Marietta, GA 30067
Time: Monday – Thursday; Open 1:00pm – 7:30pm
            Friday, Saturday & Sunday- Open 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Cost: Check website for fees.

Forsyth County splash pads and fountains


Part of a 39 acre park, this spray-pad offers tons of wet fun for your kids.  It’s bright and colorful and sure to help your kids beat that heat.  Bring your other mom friends and enjoy the park too, with walking trails and dry playground.  Pavilions available for picnicking too!

Place: Old Atlanta Park – 810 Nichols Road, Suwanee
Time : Monday:  Private rentals only
            Tuesday – Saturday:  10 am – 7 pm
            Sunday: 1 – 6 pm
COST: NOMINAL – Please see park website for details

North Fulton County splash pads and fountains

Splash ‘n Play at Riverside Park 

One of 2 awesome spray-pads in the City of Roswell, Splash ‘n Play at Riverside Park, offers tons of wet and wild afternoon fun for your littles.  Indulge in some treats from the onsite concession stand and beat the sun under a pavilion.

Place: Riverside Park – 575 Riverside Road, Roswell, GA, 30075
Time: Mon., Wed., Thur., & Friday 10 a.m – 7 p.m.
           Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
           Sunday 12 p.m. – 6 pm.
           Closed Tuesdays for maintenance and Private Rentals
           Open through Labor Day, then weekends only in September
Cost: Nominal – Please see park website for details

The Spray Station at East Roswell Park  

Part of a much larger park including dog park, playgrounds and sports complex, the Spray Station at East Roswell Park can be including in an all-day action packed day of adventure and fun for everyone person in your family!  Like its sister spray-pad, concession stands and pavilions are available for your convenience.

Place: East Roswell Park – 9000 Fouts Road; Roswell, GA 30076
Time:  Mon., Tues., Thur., & Friday 10 a.m – 7 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  Sunday 12 p.m. – 6 pm.
  Closed Wednesdays for maintenance and Private Rentals
           Open through Sunday, August 9, 2015
Cost: Nominal – Please see park website for details

Fulton County –City of Atlanta splash pads and fountains


The centerpiece of Downtown Atlanta’s Centennial Park, the Olympic rings come to life 4 times a day providing lots of musical, watery fun for you and your family.  Plan a trip to some of downtown’s other amazing attractions and end your day here, cooling off and enjoying the show! 

Place: Centennial Olympic Park
Time: Shows daily at 12:30pm, 3:30pm, 6:30pm & 9:00pm (check website for schedule changes)
Cost: FREE


Located in Atlanta’s historic Piedmont Park, Legacy Fountain boasts over 70 jets, shooting 30 feet in the air, LED lighting and gorgeous views of the wetlands and green spaces.  This is definitely an ideal day trip, with tons of activities and things to see for you and your kids.  Enjoy playgrounds, the aquatic center, wetlands and even fishing. Check the regulations as adults require a fishing license. 

Place: Piedmont Park  The park runs along 10th Street (a block west of 10th & Monroe Avenue to a block east of 10th & Piedmont Avenue) and Piedmont Avenue (12th & Piedmont to just before 15th & Piedmont) in midtown Atlanta.
Time: Park is Open 6:00 am – 11:00 pm
Cost: FREE


Nestling within Perkerson Park’s 50 acres of fun, lies their Splash Pad.  This is a great place to come cool off in the Summer.  Open May 1 –October 1.   Perkerson Park also offers Disc Golf, which would be a great way to dry off after playing in all that water!

Place: Perkerson Park – 770 Deckner Ave SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
Time: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Cost: FREE


With so much do to at this park, you’re sure to have some memories to last a life-time.  Both the park and splash pad are in close proximity to each other and offer hours of fun.  Tons of jets and splashing water come at you from all directions, cooling your kids off even on the hottest of Summer days.

Place: 4th Ward Park – 680 Dallas Street, Atlanta, GA 30308
Time: 10:00 am -6:00 pm
Cost: FREE


This awesome park was finished in 2011 and offers a great playground and splash pad.  A commissioned work of public art by famed artist, Robert Witherspoon provides visual appeal and there is a large pavilion for parties.

Place: D.H. Stanton Park – 1052 Martin St. SE, Atlanta, GA 30315
Time: Daily from 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Cost: FREE


Yes, Zoo Atlanta has a splash fountain!!  Free with paid admission to the Zoo, this is a fabulous place to cool off before, during and after enjoying the amazing wildlife around you.  18 spray jets are just enough to bring delight to even the youngest zoo enthusiast.  So remember to pack a bathing suit and small towel and enjoy 2 attractions in 1 at the Atlanta Zoo.

Place – Zoo Atlanta – 800 Cherokee Ave. SE, Atlanta, GA
Time: Daily from 10:00 am
Cost: Free with Paid Zoo Admission.  See website for details.

Gwinnett County splash pads and fountains


This amazingly fun and beautiful splash park and fountain is part of the City of Suwanee’s sprawling 10 acre Town Center Park.  It features 43 jets that shoot up to 1,400 gallons of recycled water a minute up into the air, much to the delight of your kids!   Bring your bikes and dry off after all that fun along the looping paved pathways and then picnic on the lush green lawns surrounding the fountains.  This is truly an all day kid pleaser.

Place: Suwanee Town Center Park, Suwanee, GA
Time: April 1-October 31 9:30am-9:30pm, 7 days a week
Cost: FREE


Located just outside the main entrance to the 2nd largest mall in the Southeast, the Fountain at Village Pavilion is a great place for your child to unwind after shopping with you. While not huge, it still offers a ton of fun on a hot day and the bonus is you get to bribe your kids with fun in the fountain after you indulge in some retail therapy!

Place: Village Pavilion at the Mall of Georgia3333 Buford Dr., Buford, GA
Time: Daily during Mall hours
Cost: FREE


Check out this parks amazing waterfall and fountain.  Watch your kiddos indulge in summer time fun and make memories at this park’s fantastic splash pad.  This park also boast sand volley ball courts and natural trails so plan to spend some great family time here.

Place: Lillian Webb Park 5 College Street , Norcross, GA 30071
Time: Daily 9:00 am to 10:00 pm
Cost: FREE


In the mood for that small town feel with unique shops and entertainment along with fun for the kiddos?  Well, Duluth Main Street is for you.  Relax and watch your kids squeal with delight in the Fountain at Town Green in downtown Duluth.  Open in the summer months, this fountain is sure to please.  Bring a picnic and listen to the free entertainment in the amphitheater. 

Place: Town Green Fountain at Duluth Main Street3167 Main Street, Duluth, Georgia 30096
Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Hall County splash pads and fountain


Live up in the Gainesville area, this park is for you!  This great spray-pad is perfect for the dog-days of summer here in North Georgia.  Pack a lunch and watch your kiddos scream with delight as they dance and jump in the jets and streaming water.

Place: Laurel Park3100 Old Cleveland Highway,Gainesville, GA 30506
Time: Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, 12-5 p.m., Sunday, 1-5 p.m.
Cost: Nominal –Please see website for details.

15 Things to do with kids in the Golden Isles

things to do with kids in the Golden Isles
The Golden Isles offer more than the typical beach vacation.  Sure, you can lay out an over sized towel, eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches from a cooler, and watch the kids make sandcastles and play in the waves, just don’t stop there! The islands of St. Simons, Jekyll and Sea, and mainland city of Brunswick offer a myriad of fun and adventurous opportunities for kids of all ages.  Below, we’ve highlighted 15 exciting things to do with the kids in the Golden Isles.

St. Simons Island Lighthouse (St. Simons Island)

Climb 129 cast iron steps to the top of the (still operational) lighthouse.  Once at the top you can see the coastline for miles, and nearby Neptune Park and Village Pier.  The kids will get a kick out of the large compass and replica cannons on the grounds below.  Your ticket also includes a tour of the Maritime Museum, with a climb to the watchtower.


Driftwood Beach (Jekyll Island)

Driftwood Beach is a natural playground for children.  Large, majestic oak trees have died in repose on this beach making them awesome climbing structures for kids. Go at low tide to find shells and sea debris hidden among the trunks. Definitely don’t forget your camera; this is the best place on the island for getting shots of the kids playing.


Fort King George (Darien)

As adults take in the history of this British outpost, kids are free to run and roam over the fort.  The park offers wooden guns at the door, helping to bring the flavor of this site to life for children.  Children can run around the grounds playing ‘Army’, climb ladders in the fort and hide in the bunkers. This unique experience allows them to use most of their senses to experience Georgia history.


Navigate the island (Jekyll Island)

Jekyll offers a number of exciting ways to see it’s landmarks including bikes, electric cars and Segways.  The terrain alone at Jekyll makes bicycling with your kids a memorable experience, but you can kick it up a notch by renting specialty bikes on the island including Surrey’s and tandem bikes. Electric cars can be rented for 2, 4 or 6 people and for reasonable daily rates. This transportation method is less strenuous than biking and the open structure allows your family to soak in the sun’s rays. Families can also take a guided Segway tour, which is a fun way to learn about plant and animal life on the island.


The Georgia Sea Turtle Center (Jekyll Island)

Visitors tour the museum, learning about sea turtle life such as how they lay their eggs and how ocean pollution affects them.  Turtle stamp stations guide kids through the exhibits and keep younger ones interested in the educational aspect of the center.  After touring the exhibits, head to the second building to see the turtle rehabilitation tanks.  The story of each turtle and their journey from illness and rehabilitation are mounted next to their tank.

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Shrimpin’ Excursion on Lady Jane (Brunswick)

This refurbished shrimp boat takes visitors to the St. Simons Sound where they can help biologists catch shrimp and sort them from other sea animals such as sand sharks and puffer fish.  While on board the Lady Jane, your freshly caught shrimp is boiled and served for a shrimp feast like no other. Enjoy the sunshine on the open decks or view the water from an air-conditioned cabin window.


4-H Tidelands Nature Center (Jekyll Island)

This nature center offers a modest exhibit area with a touch tank and live animal viewing stations. The baby turtles housed here are used for educational purposes; some even make their way to Atlanta’s Georgia Aquarium.   Kids and adults will enjoy riding canoes on the lake, or touring the marsh in a kayak.  Don’t miss the guided nature walks and other special programs offered here.


‘Passport to the century’ Tram Tour (Jekyll Island)

The tram tour takes you into several homes of the millionaires that made Jekyll Island famous. Kids will enjoy riding the tram pulled by a Jeep and feeling the wind in their hair.  Take in the grounds of the Jekyll Island Clubhouse including a stop at Rockefeller’s vacation home where kids can climb aboard an electric car he kept on the grounds for his grandchildren.


Fly a kite on East Beach (St. Simons Island)

East Beach extends along the ocean side of St Simons Island and is the best beach to enjoy typical beach activities.  The beach is free and there are several places in which to access the sand.  Gould’s Inlet, one of the public access points, is on the northern part of the island. There is an observation area, a small fishing pier, and a distant sandbar that makes bird watching a busy activity.  The shower and water hose are convenient for cleaning off feet before packing into the car.  Purchase a kite at Fredrica Station Gifts at Village Pier.


Tree Sprits (St. Simons Island)

Make a scavenger hunt of finding the various Tree Spirits on the St. Simons Island.  There are five locations on public property (and several more on private property) where visitors can see hauntingly beautiful faces carved into the bark of grand oak trees. These works of art by Keith Jennings commemorate the lives of many souls lost aboard ships from St. Simons Oak. Kids will love seeking them out and adults will appreciate the intricacy of this art.


Village Pier (St. Simons Island)

Park free at Village Pier and explore the unique shops that line both sides of the street.  Brogen’s serves a shrimp salad that is heavy on shrimp and easy on the mayo, with a small arcade area for the kids to play while you eat. There are two playgrounds at the adjoining, including one surrounded by a fence with a single entrance so adults can relax a bit, too.  Dolphins feasting and frolicking in the water’s edge frequent the pier; visiting as the tide rolls out will increase your chances of seeing them. Be sure to get an ice cream at St. Simons Sweets before you leave.


St. Simons Island Trolley Tours (St. Simons Island)

Take a tour of St. Simons Island via a vintage trolley. The driver is a wealth of information about the history of the island, and he delivers it with a clever humor that keeps you wanting. See the Bloody Marsh, Fort Frederica, Retreat Plantation and more.  Near the end of the tour the trolley stops at Christ Church where riders are encouraged to walk the grounds of the church as the history lesson continues.  The kids will appreciate riding in the seats that line the sides of the trolley, enabling them to sit on their knees and peer out the windows while driving by each landmark.


Jekyll Island Miniature Golf (Jekyll Island)

This putt putt location provides two courses, one more challenging than the other so that children of multiple ages will enjoy playing.  Younger kids will enjoy the 3D statues at each hole including a dinosaur, a lighthouse, and more.  There is no shade on this course; if you get hot then head across the street to Great Dunes Park.  This sprawling beach with large pavilion is great for water play or having a picnic.


Geocaching (various locations)

Children will love the novelty of using a GPS to explore the islands, and adults will appreciate the landmarks covered by this high tech scavenger hunt.  The Golden Isles is home to thousands of caches. They can be found in such locations as Hofwyl-Broadfield, Driftwood Beach, Bloody Marsh, and many more.


Cap Fendig Dolphin Tour (Brunswick)

Take a 60-minute tour exploring the marshlands where dolphins are abundant.  Because the waters of the inlet are calm, young children can also participate in this adventure. The boat tour takes passengers along the bird sanctuary and the lighthouse.  Cap Fendig is known to be charming and full of life.  If you have an opportunity, consider the sunset tour to top off the expedition.


Need more information?

Read our favorite local foodie blog, Marie Let’s Eat, about more places to eat while in the Golden Isles.

Is this article missing your favorite thing to do with kids in St. Simons, Brunswick or Jekyll Island? Leave us a comment below.

Disclosure: Thanks to Jekyll Island Authority and the Golden Isles CVB for our complimentary tickets. While our visit was complimentary, our opinions cannot be bought and are honest and completely our own. 


What to do outside with your family around Atlanta Get outdoors in Atlanta with kids

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Where to go for outdoor fun with your kids in Atlanta
The smell of fresh air does something that erases all sibling bickers, squashes the whines and engages families together in the moment. From the early vestiges of fall through the warming rays of summer, Atlanta is full of outdoor fun that the entire family can enjoy. Here are a few ways to get you started and get you outdoors with the kids in Atlanta.

Swing through the trees at Treetop Quest at GEHC

Self-guided zip-lining and treetop obstacles await you, adjacent to Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center, near the Mall of Georgia. With course difficulties ranging from ‘Chick’Pea’ to ‘Level 5’, family members as young as 4 years old can join in the adventure. Treetop Quest is perfect for a family outing, unique birthday party, or even a date-night option for Mom and Dad. Sign up for their mailing list for deals and coupons. Treetop Quest has now opened a second location in the Atlanta area in Dunwoody.

Walk the trail to the top of the 729-foot Amicalola Falls

Named by the Cherokee Indians, “tumbling waters” offers a myriad of ways to enjoy one of Georgia’s seven natural wonders. A steep ascent up the steps, an alternate windy path over natural terrain, or a car ride to the top provide options for families varying skill levels. If you are wanting to extend the fun, then stay the night Amicalola Lodge or try a more remote option at Len Foote Hike Inn. And if you are an overachiever, you can jump on the approach trail and take the Appalachian Trail up to Maine for a lobster dinner. You’ll be hungry after the 5-7 month hike! Don’t forget to take $5 CASH for parking, whichever route you choose to enjoy Amicalola Falls.

Bike the Silver Comet Trail

Fill up your water bottles and strap on your helmet. With over 61 miles of paved surface starting in Smyrna and ending near the Georgia/Alabama state line, you and your family can cruise until your heart’s content. However you roll- bike, rollerblades, scooter, wheelchair, chariot…as long as it doesn’t have a motor, then you are pretty much good to go. If you plan a lengthy ride, build in a meal stop in the city of Rockmart at Frankie’s Italian Restaurant. They welcome the hungry and weary from the Silver Comet Trail.

Go camping at a State Park

Getting back to nature and unplugging is a sure fire way to add more intentional time to your family time. With forty-one parks offering more than 2,700 campsites of varying types. If it is your first time, there is a First-Time Camper Program through the Georgia State Parks. For $50 at participating parks, you get two nights in a campground, help to get you started and setup, and equipment to borrow from REI. Yes, you read that correctly. A 6-person tent, 4 sleeping pads, 1 camp stove with fuel, 4 roasting forks, 1 lantern, and 2 camp chairs are all your to BORROW for your stay.

Catch a fish at Buford Trout Hatchery

It is easy to miss this one as it seems to be hidden in an upscale neighborhood, just across from Windermere subdivision in Cumming. Follow the signs off Hwy 20 and enter the Chattahoochee River Community. Yes, you are still going the correct way. A little ways in and a turn to the right (clearly marked) will lead you down to the hatchery, adjacent to the Chattahoochee River. Big ones, small ones, little ones, and GIGANTIC ones…trout that is…are in rows of ponds for your viewing pleasure. Hiking trails and a family fish pond round out the experience. If you want to deepen your knowledge of all that is fishy, try one of the weekly hatchery tours offered to the public on Saturdays at 1pm.

Treasure hunt with the whole family by geocaching

Ahoy matey!! There’s pirate treasure to be found. Ok..maybe that is just a wee bit overkill, but geocaching can quench your families desire for buried treasures without the fear of having to walk the plank. Grab your GPS and punch in your coordinates for a fun family way to explore the outdoors. Challenge your family to see how many passport stamps you can get on your Georgia State Park Geo-Challenge Passport. The over 43 participating parks with give you reason for a little extra adventuring.

Enjoy a shaded walk at Big Trees Forest

Over 30 acres of white oaks, rippling streams, and winding paths are hidden just 4 miles north of I-285. You may have driven right by this elusive treasure without even noticing it. Located in Sandy Springs, you will find the entrance at the back parking lot by the North Fulton County Government Annex Building. Put on your kiddos play clothes, pack a picnic and enjoy a shaded stroll. Hours of creek splashing and adventuring fun can be found within the Big Trees Forest Preserve borders.

Hike to the Indian Seats at Sawnee Mountain

Lookout perch or meditation point, you take your pick, Either way, the granite outcropping atop Sawnee Mountain will provide the perfect setting. This loop also includes the opportunity to see the entrance to old gold mine shafts. Don’t worry mom..they are properly gated shut. If you feel as though your entire family is not yet up for 3.5 mile jaunt around the loop, fun is still to be found at the Sawnee Mountain Preserve with a visitor/nature center, treehouse, and even a playground.

Picnic at Tallulah Gorge State Park

A 1000-ft deep gorge, hiking trails, suspension bridge, and lakes await your Tallulah Gorge options. If those are lofty goals, then head to Terrora Beach day use area, as well as the Georgia Power Picnic Area for more low key picnic options. Power up with some carbs and then grab the more advanced family members for a memorable expedition. If the almost 1100 steps down to the suspension bridge doesn’t get your attention, just remember that means there are almost 1100 steps back up.

Fly a kite at Piedmont Park

It may not be Central Park, but it is the beloved ‘common area’ for the city of Atlanta. Lush green landscaping, open fields fit for soccer or kite flying, and even art deco playgrounds adorn the approximately 185 acres. Every Saturday at 11am, from March to December, you can also take advantage of a FREE guided walking tour to learn more about the park’s depth of history. The summer also boasts the Green Market at Piedmont Park, every Saturday, 9am to 1pm, near the 12th Street entrance.

5 Summer Activities for Kids in Roswell, GA


Roswell is a great town within Atlanta metro area with historical downtown and plenty of things to do for the whole family. Today we are so excited to learn more about the fun summer time activities for kids in Roswell shared by Lori Brown.

Lori is the Family Travel Editor for Expedition Mom, a family-travel website specializing in experiential “KNOW before you go” Adventure Guides and City itineraries.


Summer in Roswell


5 Summer Activities for Kids in Roswell, Georgia

 Summer Fun in Roswell

1. Roswell Summer Puppet Series


Did you think you had to go ITP to see plays and puppet productions?

The Roswell Summer Puppet Series, located in the Cultural Arts Center adjacent to the Library, carries the most bang for your buck this summer. Priced at just $5 for kids and $6 for adults, this yearly series is tailored to entertain and engage the youngest of theater goers. Three different engagements are available now through July 20, with daily shows Monday through Saturday. Check Roswell Government website for shows and times.


2. Dessert Date night/afternoon


Are you thinking that a nice dinner out with the kids might lead you to banging your head against the wall?

Try a dessert date night. Kid-friendly doesn’t have to mean adult-deprived. After dinner at home, let them put on their best and enjoy a ‘grown-up’ night out that doesn’t involve pizza, video games, and a large animatronic mouse.

Historic downtown Roswell has several unique options, right on Canton Street, for an after dinner treat:

Grab picnic style seating at Nine Street Kitchen, complete with blankets, lawn chairs, sidewalk chalk, and hoola-hoops. Split a piece of cake or pie and enjoy the feel of Americana. This is one my family’s favorite Sunday afternoon treats- great people watching.

The Pie Hole is yumminess served up in a barn. Not much here other than pie, vanilla ice cream, milk, and coffee. But really, do you need anything else??


3. Roswell Spraygrounds


Kids + Water = Fun! This is a universally accepted equation. Often times it means parents who cannot relax, due to having to be on guard for water safety. Enter the spray ground- a mom’s answer for relaxed water fun.

At just $1 a person, this economical choice has two locations available for Roswell families: Riverside Park and East Roswell Park. Both parks have adjacent playgrounds and picnic areas.

Be sure to check their schedule as both spraygrounds are closed one day during the week for maintenance.

For other part of town, you can also check out our guide to spraygrounds and splash pads in Atlanta.


4. FREE movies and concerts at Riverside Park


Pack a picnic dinner, blanket, and lawn chairs. The vast grass oval at Riverside Park is your family VIP seating area. Flanked by playgrounds on both sides and restrooms directly behind you, the priorities are all right there.

The first Saturday evening of each month, through October, brings a different genre of music- jazz, ragtime, latin, big band, soul, and southern rock.

Movies Under the Stars will present ‘Rise of the Guardians’ on Saturday, July 20, 2013. See the schedule of events for more information.


5. Naturalist-led canoe trip down the Chattahoochee River


You can’t mention activities in Roswell without bringing up the Chattahoochee River. From playgrounds by the water, ducks and geese to feed, and fishing on the riverbank- there are a multitude of options to enjoy our winding neighbor.

By far my family favorite has been a canoe trip hosted by the Chattahoochee Nature Center. For ages 6 and up, a naturalist will lead you from the banks of the CNC river walk on an educational and inspiring paddle. Chance sightings range from amazing riverfront houses, cliffs, old abandoned roadways, a swan, and other wildlife.

For younger members of the family CNC also has other programs, such as their Pee-Wee naturalist series, which is geared towards 3 and 4 year olds.

See also Summer Fun Guide in Atlanta


Summer Fun in Atlanta Guide

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About Lori Brown
Lori Brown is the Family Travel Editor for Expedition Mom, a family-travel website specializing in experiential “KNOW before you go” Adventure Guides and City itineraries. She is a stay-at-home Mommy of an adventurous and loving preschooler, but the stay-at-home part is so misleading! She loves adventures. It is the way they roll. Her son shares her adventurous spirit and relishes their time out of the house exploring.You can connect with her via Facebook and Twitter.


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